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Minimum time required to detect population trends: the need for long-term monitoring programs

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RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
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RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
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RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
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RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
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RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
RT @eastonrwhite: Submitted a manuscript! I found that 15-20 years of monitoring needed to detect population trends. Preprint here: https:/…
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RT @eastonrwhite: New preprint out: I found that 15-20 years are usually needed to detect long-term population trends https://t.co/BJmOEORF…
RT @eastonrwhite: New preprint out: I found that 15-20 years are usually needed to detect long-term population trends https://t.co/BJmOEORF…
RT @eastonrwhite: New preprint out: I found that 15-20 years are usually needed to detect long-term population trends https://t.co/BJmOEORF…
RT @eastonrwhite: New preprint out: I found that 15-20 years are usually needed to detect long-term population trends https://t.co/BJmOEORF…
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Minimum time required to detect population trends: the need for long-term monitoring programs https://t.co/htSuoPLUvB
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Supplemental Information

Supplementary text, figures, and tables

We provide an expanded methods sections, additional figures, minimum time calculations for determining exponential growth, simulations with a more complicated population model, minimum time calculations for determining long-term growth rates, and the use of generalized additive models to identify population trends. All code and data can be found at https://github.com/erwhite1/time-series-project

DOI: 10.7287/peerj.preprints.3168v2/supp-1

Additional Information

Competing Interests

I have no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Easton R White conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

Data Deposition

The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

Github repository "time-series-project" at https://github.com/erwhite1/time-series-project

Funding

ERW was partially supported by a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.


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